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Defence Pension Adalat at Hyderabad on 27 & 28 Jul 2017

As per the Annual action Plan of Controller General of Defence Accounts, New Delhi in consultation with the Ministry of Defence, the Principal Controller of Defence Accounts (Pensions) Allahabad will organise the 148th Defence Pension Adalat at Hyderabad (Telangana) on 27 th and 28 th July, 2017 for redressal of grievances of Defence pensioners including Defence Civilians drawing pension through PUBLIC SECTOR BANKS, TOs and DPDOs in the State of Telangana and adjoining areas.

Objective

Any Defence Pensioners including Family Pensioners / Defence Civilian Pensioners and their families having any specific grievances relating to sanction or disbursement of Defence pension are requested to submit their representation, in writing, in duplicate to :

Pension Adalat Officer
O/o Principal CDA (Pensions),
Draupadi Ghat,
Allahabad-211014

A format of the representation is given on the website (http://pcdapension.nic.in/pcdapension/pa/default.htm). Applicants are advised to apply as per the format or Registration through Web site, for easy processing of their applications.

TA/DA expenditure will not be reimbursed to the pensioners/individuals attending the Adalat for redressal of their pension related problems.

Kindly Note

  1. Applications can either be sent by post, E-Mail or by Registration
  2. Photocopies of Pension payment order, Corr PPO, discharge certificate (wherever required) and other documents must be enclosed
  3. Each application will be allotted a unique Adalat Registration Number. The same should be quoted in all future correspondence.
  4. Incomplete and unsigned representations will be rejected.

The Date of the Pension Adalat on 27 th and 28th July, 2017 at MCEME Auditorium, Secunderabad.

 

1 Comment

  1. I attended this Pension Adalat as a TSEWA member observer, since I wanted to have a first hand experience of this event. I want to put on record that I was personally very disappointed in the manner in which ESM were handled and attended too. Very old Super Senior ESMs and Veer Naris were left standing/or loitering around, looking for a place to sit down and have rest, take a sip of water or tea. I also observed that a lot of focus was given on the ceremonilas and photo ops of those who were on the stage at the start of the event.
    Surprisingly, the Director ZSB was no where on stage and remained almost incognito, throughout the event.
    The token system followed was duplicated, confusing and without guaranteed sequential order. No priority was accorded on the basis of ESMs’ age, health, distance travelled to attend the event etc.
    Overall it lacked the spirit and the pious motive of reaching out to ESMs for their pension related problems. This was not visible in action though it may be so by intent and declaration by the org staff of PCDA.

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